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    DO WE NEED A CHANGE IN TRANSFUSION STRATEGY IN PATIENTS WITH SUBARACHNOIDAL HEMORRAGE?

    Area Nuremberg - 06/10 14:00-15:50
    Sara Valles Angulo

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    OUTCOMES OF SPONTANEOUS SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE (SAH) IN NEUROCRITICAL CARE UNIT: A MULTICENTER STUDY

    Area Nuremberg - 06/10 14:00-15:50
    Maria Gero Escapa

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    PERSISTENCE OF SYSTEMIC AND CEREBRAL PERFUSION IMPAIRMENT IN PATIENTS WITH NEUROCARDIAC INJURY AFTER ANEURYSMAL SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE

    Area Nuremberg - 06/10 14:00-15:50
    Marilyn Hravnak

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    SAFETY OF PERCUTANEOUS TRACHEOSTOMY IN PATIENTS WITH STROKE

    Area Nuremberg - 06/10 14:00-15:50
    Alexey Gritsan

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    GLUTAMINE LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AND SUBARACHNOID HAEMORRHAGE

    Area Nuremberg - 06/10 14:00-15:50
    Jeroen Van Rosmalen

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    DETECTION DELAYED CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA BY QEEG IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE SAH

    Area Nuremberg - 06/10 14:00-15:50
    Kristina Lapteva

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    SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES AFTER REPAIR TREATMENT (CLIPPING OR COILING) IN ANEURYSMAL SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE (ASAH): A PROSPECTIVE MULTICENTER STUDY

    Area Nuremberg - 06/10 14:00-15:50
    Maria Gero Escapa

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    CORRELATION OF HYPONATREMIA, LEUKOCYTOSIS, HYPOMAGNESEMIA AND FEVER AFTER SAH WITH DELAYED CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA AND POOR OUTCOME

    Area Nuremberg - 06/10 14:00-15:50
    Vladimir Vrsajkov

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    COAGULATION PROFILE EVALUATED BY THROMBOELASTOGRAPHY ROTEMĀ® IN PATIENTS WITH SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE ADMITTED TO AN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

    Area Nuremberg - 06/10 14:00-15:50
    J Carolina Gomez Builes